AN ONLINE-COMPUTER BASED COURSE WITH DAVID MCPEAK, CUSP, CIT, CHST, CSP, CSSM
This course starts by exploring factors that contribute to NOD and explains how you can identify when it is occurring.
$150 /25% off for USOLN Members
2 HOUR | 2 CUSP POINT
*Also available as a SCORM file to use on your LMS
LEARN AT YOUR PACE WHEN & WHERE YOU WANT TO
Risk tolerance tends to have a compounding and exponential effect over time through a phenomenon known as normalization of deviation (NOD). This course starts by exploring factors that contribute to NOD and explains how you can identify when it is occurring. It then details principles and strategies you can use to overcome NOD and accurately identify hazards and risks with full situational awareness, ultimately unnormalizing deviation.
Participants who successfully complete this course will be able to:
- Explain how NOD begins
- Recognize factors that influence NOD
- Identify and eliminate NOD as it occurs during hazard identification and task execution
- Unnormalize deviation with adherence to procedures and standards of excellence
Want Unnormalizing Deviation course for your team?
This course is also available as a SCORM file to be used on YOUR LMS!
Discounts are available for groups of 15 or more.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
David McPeak, CSP, CHST, CIT, CUSP, CSSM, is the Director of Professional Development at the Incident Prevention Institute of UBM and author of the book Frontline Leadership – The Hurdle. He holds a degree in Information Systems and Operations Management; has multiple certifications and professional designations; and has received numerous awards. David has served on OSHA Partnerships; executive and editorial boards; professional committees; an apprenticeship council, and industry SME panels. He has extensive experience in utilities, construction, and transportation. His expertise includes leadership; human performance; safety; training; and professional development. He is also a Certified Trainer and an Advanced Certified Practitioner in the areas of DISC, Motivators, Emotional Intelligence, Decision Making, and Learning Styles. David loves to spend time with his wife and son and enjoys volunteering for various roles and projects in his church and community. He loves working out, Legos, sports, and plays golf but is not a golfer. He is passionate about personal and professional development and believes adaptability, competence, confidence are key to success.
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